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Today's Sports

  • Lady Warriors win region...

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors volleyball team wrapped up its first region title as a Class AAA school with a hard-fought win over defending region champion Camden High School on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Warriors, on ILHS Senior night, topped the Lady Bulldogs, 25-19, 25-13 and 25-23 to capture the crown.
    “Last night (Tuesday) was also our senior night so it was a special home win for them,” ILHS coach Michael Van Lieu said. “I was happy for our team, especially the seniors.”

  • IL’s Yarborough ‘team-first’...

    INDIAN LAND – To say Indian Land High School senior offensive lineman Nick Yarborough is a “good teammate,” is akin to an arrow in the bull’s eye.
    Warriors head coach Horatio Blades is on target as well.
    “No doubt about it, you would like to have more players like Nick,” Blades said. “Nick is all about the team and he will be there for his team.
    “Give me more Nick Yarboroughs,” Blades said.
    Yarborough said it’s a simple approach.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway draws...

    Hanging Rock Kartway had a packed house with the night’s highlight coming when Clint Mills captured the $1,000 victory in the Predator 390 Class.
    Mills won over Jamie Seymour, Austin Mcinvaille, Jerry Mullis, Justin Payne, Tony Gaylord, Jonathan Hinson, Amber Still, Scott Shutters, Kyle Brown, Jamie Boone, Daniel Humphries, Tyson Fries, Mark Ghent, David Bryant, Derrick Keeter, Chris Cook, Kailey White, AJ Miller, Drew Curtis, TJ Anderson and Jimmy Hawk.

  • Mills golden up front in...

    Lancaster High School sophomore swimmer Makenzy Mills, saving her best time for the season’s biggest moment, etched her name in Bruins’ swim team history Friday night.
    Mills, an ace backstroker and a four-year member of the LHS swim team, became the first Buford High School member of the Bruins swim team to win a coveted individual state title at the Class AAAA swim meet at the University of South Carolina Natatorium in Columbia.

  • Buford Middle tops Lewisville

    The Buford Middle School Jackets improved to 3-1 on the season, topping Lewisville Middle School, 8-6 in football on Thursday afternoon.
    Kaden Sapp sparked Buford Middle to the win, tallying on a five-yard touchdown run. Sapp also scored on the game-winning two-point play with 90 seconds to play.
    The BMS touchdown was set up on a 25-yard pass play from quarterback Mason Deese to Preston Scott.
    The Jackets were led by linebacker Logan Whitaker and Deese, at end, on defense.

  • Junior Bruins post third...

    The Lancaster High School junior varsity football team posted its third straight victory Wednesday, taking a 34-25 road win over Richland Northeast High School.
    The Junior Bruins, 3-1, were sparked by the play of quarterback Sean Truesdale, who scored three touchdowns and a two-point conversion in the nine-point win.
    The Junior Cavaliers cut the Lancaster lead to 21-18 after three periods, but Truesdale tallied two fourth-quarter touchdowns to seal the win.

  • Sports Talk: ‘Nookey’ McGriff...

    Barr Street High School, the former all-black high school in Lancaster prior to total integration in the Lancaster County school year 1970-71, had quite a reputation of athletic excellence.
    The Golden Tigers, through the years, had their share of stars before becoming a part of Lancaster High School.
    One name I have heard through the years, especially in those early years when Barr Street and Lancaster High came together, was Arthur “Nookey” McGriff.

  • Lady Warriors have strong...

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors volleyball team, competing in the Carolina Challenge at Eastside High School in the Greenville area last weekend, finished tied for third out of 16 teams.
    The ILHS girls tied Daniel 25-22, 17-25, beat Westside 25-18, 25-17, beat Greer 25-21, 25-21 and fell to host Eastside, 25-13, 25-23.
    Baylee Vought was voted to the Carolina Challenge all-tournament team.
    Vought had 8 aces, 26 kills, 6 blocks and 27 assists.
    Sarah Moore had 6 aces and 29 assists.
    Sarah Van Hoose had 12 kills.

  • All-Star Game has new date,...

    Hurricane Florence has passed, but continues its impact on the 2018 S.C. high school football season.
    Two weeks ago, the S.C. High School League, the governing body of Palmetto State interscholastic competition, voted unanimously to extend the 2018 high school football regular season a week. Hurricane Florence hit the Pee Dee and coastal regions of the state hard, causing schools to close due with flooding and extensive property damage.

  • Buford lashes Lions, 62-30

    Buford posted its third straight win to stay unbeaten in Region IV-AA play with a 62-30 home win over Lewisville on Friday night.